This beautiful, custom-made guitar is a copy of the classic Martin Dreadnaught. It features an abalone bear on the headstock , bear paws made of abalone and pure silver on the fretboard, premium gold-plated, hand-engraved tuners and legal ivory. Made of African Blackwood, 300-year-old Carpathian Spruce and Honduran Mahogany.
Includes case. New. Value Estimated at $5,000.
Made by E.V. Snotherly, Jr., New River Guitars, LLC
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We will be at several functions or can meet up with you as you like. Thanks!
It's time for Pick and Bow's yearly raffle!
Drawing April 23 at Dahlonega's Bear On the Square Festival. Winner does NOT have to be present.
We must collect an estimated 60% of our funding from donations. Thanks for your help ! Good luck to one lucky person!
The mission of the traditional music school is to preserve the roots music of Appalachia by offering affordable instruction on traditional instruments such as the banjo, fiddle, guitar, mandolin and upright bass, as well as singing. The ten-week course tuition is currently $125, with reduced rates available based upon the family’s school lunch payment status. Ten weekly sessions of instruction be offered during both fall and spring semesters. Families with considerable financial need may apply for tuition scholarships. Instruments are available for loan to students for a fee of $15 per semester.
Paying online -
When you pay online, you will get a receipt sent to your email with your ticket number(s). Online ticket sales available until 4.15.2017.
Georgia Pick & Bow Traditional Music School, Inc.